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Jeanne Eagels

  • Jun 26, 1890 - Oct 03, 1929 (age 39)
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1929
Jeanne Eagels
PersonalOctober 1929

Jeanne Eagels

Jeanne Eagels passed away.
Jealousy
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MovieSep 13, 1929

Jealousy

Jealousy is a 1929 American pre-Code drama film directed by …
Jealousy is a 1929 American pre-Code drama film directed by Jean de Limur and released by Paramount Pictures. It is based on the French play Monsieur Lamberthier, by Louis Verneuil. The play was translated by Eugene Walter and ran on Broadway under the title Jealousy in 1928. The film version starred Jeanne Eagels and Fredric March, and is the second sound film and final motion picture featuring Eagels.
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The Letter
MovieMar 17, 1929

The Letter

Jeanne Eagels plays the bored and restless Leslie Crosbie who …
Jeanne Eagels plays the bored and restless Leslie Crosbie who turns to another man, Geoffrey Hammond (Herbert Marshall) for attention when neglected by her husband Robert (Reginald Owen). Robert decides to go out for the evening to pick up a new rifle. Leslie's calm vanishes as she awaits an answer to a letter she has written Hammond. He has found a new love - a beautiful unscrupulous native woman Li Ti (Lady Tsei Mei) and has discarded Leslie.
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Best Actress
Nomination1929

Best Actress

Nominated for "The Letter".
Academy Award
1927
Man, Woman and Sin
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MovieNov 19, 1927

Man, Woman and Sin

A young man takes a succession of odd jobs in order to save …
A young man takes a succession of odd jobs in order to save enough money to buy he and his mother a house. He lands a position in a newspaper office and falls in love with the beautiful society editor, who is secretly having an affair with the married managing editor. She returns the young man's affections in order to make her lover jealous, but finds herself falling for him.
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1925
Ted Coy
MarriageAugust 1925

Ted Coy

Edward Harris "Ted" Coy (May 23, 1888 – September 8, 1935) …
Edward Harris "Ted" Coy (May 23, 1888 – September 8, 1935) was an American football player and coach. Coy was selected as a first-team All-American three straight years from 1907 to 1909 and was later selected as the fullback on Walter Camp's All-Time All-America team. He also served as Yale's head football coach in 1910. In 1951, Coy was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as part of its inaugural class.
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1918
The Cross Bearer
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MovieApr 1, 1918

The Cross Bearer

The Cross Bearer released.
1917
Under False Colors
MovieSep 23, 1917

Under False Colors

A young Russian woman escapes persecution in her country …
A young Russian woman escapes persecution in her country and makes her way to the United States. Shortly after her arrival she meets an American millionaire, John Colton. She pretends to be the daughter of a friend of Mr. Colton's in Poland, and he and his wife take her in. She takes advantage of her position with the Colton family to get inside tips on the stock market, which she then relays to a group of her fellow political refugees in New York City, so they can make money to use to bring about revolution in Russia. However, things don't go quite as she planned.
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The Fires of Youth
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MovieJun 17, 1917

The Fires of Youth

The productions from Thanhouser's mature period, 1915-1917, …
The productions from Thanhouser's mature period, 1915-1917, clearly show the advancements that set the stage for the first cinematic golden age, the 1920s. Such advances are evident in this surviving shortened version of FIRES OF YOUTH; detailed character development by veteran actor Frederick Warde (and in a smaller role, at least in the shortened version, by Jeanne Eagels), mature editing techniques, special lighting effects, intelligent story development, realistic use of locations, fluid dialogue inter-titles, complex staging and access to better cameras with the defeat of the Patents Trust. Acclaimed French stage and film director Emile Chautard was brought from Éclair studio in France to direct.
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1916
The World and the Woman
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MovieNov 19, 1916

The World and the Woman

THE WORLD AND THE …
THE WORLD AND THE WOMAN is historically important as the screen debut of legendary actress Jeanne Eagels. The role of a prostitute turned faith healer is suitably challenging for the star. Edwin Thanhouser began phasing down production at the studio in early 1917, so this is a very late Thanhouser film. THE WORLD AND THE WOMAN demonstrates many important advances of the previous few years such as feature length, editing techniques (for instance, watch here for camera-position changes in the middle of action), and more complex, expressive, and thoughtful story development. Part of the story is based on one of Eagels' stage successes, THE OUTCAST. Locations, a strength of Thanhouser pictures, included Manhattan and the Adirondack mountains in addition to studio interiors. THE WORLD AND THE WOMAN was released as a "Pathé Gold Rooster Play," in accordance with Thanhouser's releasing contract with the Pathé Exchange.
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1915
The House of Fear
MovieDec 3, 1915

The House of Fear

The House of Fear was a 1915 American silent mystery film …
The House of Fear was a 1915 American silent mystery film based on a story by John T. McIntyre. It was the third and final film in the Ashton-Kirk, Investigator series, all directed by Ashley Miller and Arnold Daly and starring Daly.
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1914
A Lesson in Bridge
MovieMar 4, 1914

A Lesson in Bridge

The fascinating game of bridge has completely ensnared Mrs. …
The fascinating game of bridge has completely ensnared Mrs. Willis, the pretty young wife of a Wall Street clerk, and money that should have been spent to pay household bills is squandered on cards. Mr. Willis does not approve of the game and frequently remonstrates with his wife for her extravagance. In an effort to discover who is divulging certain information at the brokerage office, both Willis and another clerk come under the surveillance of detectives. A bribe is offered Willis, which he accepts, that he might entrap the man who offers it. Two men know of this intention of Willis. One is a traveling man, the other the suspected clerk at the office. Willis takes the money home and hides it carefully. His wife discovers it and uses a portion to pay her debts, later denying any knowledge of it. The bills are marked. One of these falls into the hands of the detectives and other evidences of Willis' seeming disloyalty are easily obtained. Summoned before the firm, he fully expects his fellow clerk to testify in his behalf. The latter stoutly denies that the conversation ever took place, and when Willis mentions the traveling man, he is confronted with the account of his death. Mrs. Willis tries to come to the rescue, but her story is not credited and Willis is discharged in disgrace. The traveling man, who is only slightly injured, learns of his friend's predicament and comes to the rescue. His reappearance frightens the guilty man into confession and the wife is cured of her love for cards by a bitter lesson.
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1890
Jeanne Eagels
BirthJune 1890

Jeanne Eagels

Jeanne Eagels was born.
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